Following on from the previous week's episode, "AMM7 at Cafe Oto", this edition of Ben Watson's long-running radio show Late Lunch With Out To Lunch, completes broadcast of music recorded at the Seventh Congress of the Association of Musical Marxists during the launch of the paperback edition of Watson's "Derek Bailey & the Story of Improvisation" on 22nd July 2013. Oscillatorial Binnage (Fari Bradley - flute; Toby Clarkson - objects; Dan Wilson - bookophone; Chris Weaver - keyboards) are joined by Michael Bridgewater (mandolin) and Mordecai Watson (vocals, harp); Gwilly Edmondez and Out To Lunch perform vocal duets; the climax is provided by a duet between T.H.F. Drenching (Dictaphone) and Alan Wilkinson (saxophone). There is also "Cemetery" from Jan Kopinski's Ghost Music (Asc, 1997) and "Improbable Cause, Likely Effect" from Jair-Rohm Parker Wells' Ad Maioram Gloriam Dei (Klanggold, 1998) - and OTL's graphic poem, written, printed and performed on the day of broadcast, "Rusk Instance Skin". And the guitarist from Music With My Insane Friend, James Williams, pops up as I Digress Indeed playing "What's Wrong in Baltimore".